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In the users guide for application developers, on page 19 its mentioned that: If MOMO.jar is in your CLASSPATH, it can be run by a command:
%java -jar MOMO.jar
Does the line if MOMO.jar is in your CLASSPATH mean that the path where MOMO.jar is present,should be added to the environment variable CLASSPATH? In my case MOMO.jar is in geant4/geant4.8.1.p01/environment/MOMO
Also when I give the command :echo $CLASSPATH, nothing is displayed. Does that mean that there is no variable called CLASSPATH?
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